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1. Brooks Koepka bashed his way around Erin Hills to win the U.S. Open by four and become the seventh consecutive first-time major champion. His 16-under total tied Rory McIlroy's mark (Congressional, 2011) for the lowest winning score in relation to par. Koepka doesn't lack for firepower but does h...Read more